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The 2020 Digital Communication and Work From Home Survey

Efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 resulted in an emergency work from home (WFH) requirement across the nation. New research exploring the sudden adaptation to remote workforces is underway statewide in Oklahoma to help leaders in private business, non-profits, state agencies, and community organizations understand the impact of emergency work from home conditions on organizational culture, productivity, and adoption of digital tools due to these extraordinary events. 

In order for Oklahoma to quickly publish one of the largest data sets in the nation on this research, we need your help by participating in this short, confidential survey:

Participating in the research is simple, completely anonymous, and takes just 8-10 minutes. The 2020 Digital Communication and Work from Home Survey explores the impact of digital tools on communication and connections within organizations, businesses, non-profits, and community organizations.

The research is being conducted by Dr. Joel Harder, President of Oklahoma Capitol Culture, in collaboration with Scott Klososky, founding partner of the Oklahoma-based tech innovation firm, Future Point of View. If you have any questions about participating in the research, contact Joel Harder at

Once completed, results from the research will be provided to your organization, association and member companies. Collective input from leaders across Oklahoma is urgently needed as this team of researchers work to establish new data that will elevate Oklahoma’s reputation worldwide for being a hub of business leaders who are innovative, resilient, and forward-thinking:

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